Trust me, they were obvious fillers and not remotely adding to the book or the meh romance. The women are stronger than they think. If you have never read her work start reading and keep reading. The hero fell into temptation because he was horny. Jordan made some nasty remarks to Libby.
I prefer the heat and passion of the fights between them. Susan published her first romance novels in 1979 as Diana Palmer, al also her first science fiction novel, 'The Morcai Battalion', in 1980 as Susan S. I love how he was into Violet and how he treated her and about the baby. I like heroines who aren't physically perfect and taciturn heroes. But what he did to Violet was just damn irritating. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. Ok, just not my thing.
He hated the whole idea of giving up his freedom. This was a story I was looking forward to for the longest time. She also used the pseudonyms Diana Blayne and Katy Currie, and her married name: Susan Kyle. Yet she is shocked and crushed when she overhears him saying the same to someone else?? Another typical Diana Palmer, but it wasn't! I found the last scene in the book so funny the way the cops gather around and start reading and the boss man starts with the law. Sure, if there are some around I'll probably read 'em, but I'll prioritize other writers who don't seem to have quite high opinions concerning jerks. I adore when they argue or have these sweet small fights that just erupts with hotness.
He was just a douche, and an inconsistent one at that. She and her frail mother lived together in Jacobsville Texas in reduced circumstances after the mysterious death of her father. May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. So, of course, the boss man blew up at pretty, gentle Violet, for having the nerve to, of all things, step on his toes, causing her to leave him in a cloud of Texas dust. He lost not only his fiancée, but his child as well. The book was predictable but I enjoyed getting to know their story. Ok, just not my thing.
The book was predictable but I enjoyed getting to know their story. I just hoped Violet didn't forgave him that easily. I read this book in one day and I haven't been able to do that in a while. And Violet was going to date him. James Press, The Writers Directory by St. I was so looking forward to Blake's story and I was so ticked that Blake was a jerk! True to form Blake is not a nice man, at least not to Violet. It was a harsh blow.
Her love for cowboys can be traced back to reading growing up. She just annoyed me with her doormat-ness and chasing so, so hard after a dude who could not have been more explicit that he did not want to be caught. I have read many of Ms. Plus she rarely makes characters curvy. I have no respect for Blake. At one point he mentions buying her an engagement ring, but when they have one of many Talks about how he doesn't want to get married, he is shocked that she wants that from him.
He said that just the thought of a child gave him nightmares now, brought it all back to haunt him. A cute story, but if you're not a fan of Diana Palmer's, don't pick this one up. One interesting note, before this one I read The Case of Missing Secretary that she's written about a decade before. I knew of him and also Violet from past novels and I had always wondered about their story. But being a smart as well as hardheaded man, Blake could soon see that without his guiding light, his life would be in darkness. I just hoped Violet didn't forgave him that This was a fairly typical Diana Palmer book where the heroine was secretly in love with the hero. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact.
She is listed in numerous publications, including Contemporary Authors by Gale Research, Inc. She should have let him grovel. He was celibate for a long time and I think any woman would do. And this book gave me just that. It forged bonds that noncombatants could not understand. This was a fairly typical Diana Palmer book where the heroine was secretly in love with the hero.
He and Cag Hart had served in the same mechanized division. Or perhaps some women are really into jerks? Good thing that she learned about it. And the guys are experienced. James Press, the International Who's Who of Authors and Writers by Meirose Press, Ltd. The women are stronger than they think. If I was Violet, I would have told him to take a long walk off a short pier.